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Dec 23, 2012 10:30am EST
with the september 11 attack and benghazi, libya. the state department security chief and two other officials resigned in the wake of that report, which found systemic failures in libya. ambassador pickering is joined by german mike mullen and dignitaries secretary of state william burns -- chairman mike mulen and secretary of state william barnes. this is about 30 minutes. >> thank you for joining us. the accountability review board on benghazi that the secretary established has not completed its work. the classified and unclassified versions have been released to the hill. u.s. had a chance to see the unclassified version as well as the secretary's letter to members. today we have invited the chairman of the accountability review board thomas pickering and admiral mike mullen to join us here to address your questions. introducing them will be to and deputy secretary of state bill burns. as you all know, deputy i will make a couple of quick points and give the floor to admiral mullen. as secretary clinton said in her letter to congress, we accept each and every one of the board's recommendat
CSPAN
Dec 16, 2012 6:30pm EST
on the american embassy in benghazi, libya. she is widely expected to be a presidential candidate in 2016. she became dehydrated. and the new york times looks at medicare and issues that may be coming up -- the single longest term contributor -- no cohort of americans -- this is part of the dead reckoning series the new york times is during. we will hear more from c-span radio about who will be on the sunday talk shows. there are leaders from connecticut on the sunday talk shows including senator blumenthal, a democrat. also governor dannel malloy. the connecticut governor will also be on that face the nation. right now, talking about preventing these mass shootings. how can the government help. how can society help? good morning. >> good morning. caller: i would like to bring up the kids and the violent video games again. they sit there and play them daily. these are not the real consequences of taking out these guns. it just becomes part of the culture. what about that idea? host: mike, what would you do? would you ban them? make them available only to people of a certain age? caller: the ag
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